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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APH1L 11, 1911 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PACK THREE CHAIN str'il" '.'i have no to borrow fnrthei int'iity for dnio to tome. Steal deal of money will bo spent ibis year on const ruction puriioscs, but ve a sooil deal of money yei Ir; i O'.ir for this imrposc1. The 5 Canadian Pacific Railway has beer j trending more money en its linet than it hap borrowed: but it always Jiftd the debenture stock to fall uj-'On: that there are plenty or pro- [.le nbo buy this up." So .'aid Sir Tfcomaa Shausncssy to The Sfr Thomas not in a Jiurry. to hitnseif as to tht block mar- ket outlook. "1 would rather nol say night. I h-ard of (UN PILLS decided to gire thera a Uiil it once. J tent my cuucn 60 miles to get them ted I i m pleased lo inform you that in less six hours, 1 ftli relief. In days, tbe pain, bid left me entirely. I took abo'jl hah'abor I feel ai wtll uf ever kidneys are acting again." SID CASTLEMAK. GIN soothe the irritated the ikV, tieat, painful organs. Money Lick if they fail. 5OC. abojc, 6 for {1.50. Sample free if write Ki lional Drug a nd Chemical Co., ot Limited, Toronto, JAMES GORDON BENNETT The proprietor of the New York linrald, u'ho has bwn critically ill at Cairn, but lately lias improved Meat is Bad For Kidneys anything about whether ihe r is not a ROOI! (hue to buy RC-! turicies." Sir Thomas said; "I am con- cerned nioru- with [he operation of tins railway than wtth the move- ments of the stock "Regarding American laiftvay se- curities, though I aru of opinion that these are bound to go .uji In price. The live nor cent. increaFe !u tho freight rates will place their earnings in a more satisfactory tion. After the American Currency! Hill gets property operAtiner, there! should be plenty of money fu the! States for the purchase of securities. ''I look for business lo rapidly .pick ujj from r-O'.v Is the opinion of Sir Thonias. "Stocks of goods throughout the arc prtlty well depicteilr and must early' be'replac- ed. :r. wiK mean a very substantial volume of business.. "We do not.expect to many "inuni- pranta fbis year as In 1013. But the difference in numbers will tip by the importation of feiver ordin- ary laborers and workmen. During tiic past fow years there has been very heavy demand for laborers work iu tbe conilruction camps, and j various fcinds of railroad worfcers.. A prrat deal of the railroad conEtnic- tion lias been completed, and the demand for construction laborerB wmi THUHS. FRI. SAT. 10 J 1 MYSTERY DHAMA VICTOR HUGO PROF. LO.- VOVITCH llGrealesiiI Dancers ir 2" 30 11 Prices Never M CHANGE JOHN FOOTE A 72-year-old prosppctor, who has to have found gold in the- I'ariy Sound district. Sherman Theatre TO-NIGHT Thro' South Arnerica with Roosevelt A TRAVELOGUE OF ABSORB ING INTEREST. off. Hence fewer immigrants of this class will be brought out. "Ir. laborers, I may say that-we expect to carry nearly s juisny tbls year as iast year, lie no lack nf theso. which it really the type o? emigrant, anC Dominion most requires." Delightful picture to be seen at popular BIJOU TODAY Mary Pickford in "CAPRICE" is as Clean aa a Whistle. A3 a 1-Part Comedy Drama it Is a rnrc production. It contains so many Due touch's that one scelni; U once wants Lo see it agatu. FAMOUS PLAYER FILM Katint; rajr.l regulnrly cicnlnally j.'roJuccs in some toria or "other, j-ayR .1 autbcHty, bncause uric acirJ in' meat cicltet Ihe kidneys, they become overworked: pel filugclub; clog up nntl ciuic nit Forts of diBtrear, particularly back and raLaery In the kidney ro nion; rheumnlic aetprp liEJtri stotiiach, tonstiimtion, tor ijTQT, liladdor and irrltatfoo. The moment your back hurls Kiihicvii aren't ncting rlgbt, or If blad- .der bolhera you, ounces of .lad Salts from any gooil pharm- acy; tahc a U1itc5iioouful In a ghftn of uiiler before for a ft-w -ith her, and suddenly chnclt ourselves as seo the cloud over her fate. Through1 out the four parts it eeeuis as if the Lcart-strings are under the influence of a hnir-lrlggvr t-ontroi: and there 13 no foretelling a'moment in advance on which side of the emotions tiio strain.will 'jie. ..To le mostly It is genuine humor, hut never any certainty about H. This is onr. of tbe best films over shown at the Hijou. Many compll meotarj" remarks were forthcoming (rom Ihe natrons last ntglit. A MOST INTERESTING FILM Apart from UB educational value (he feature subject shown nt the Sherman today for tbe last time is one of thr- most interest- ing films ever presented to the pub- lic. The whole three reels ftre a journey Hirougn a country in coiniiativ onR of Amnrica'E hel of nweol yeas wns prcsenled to coEnmitlfc on llutal llt-lations nt ttit extensively, the board of trade, UevpTldsc: a pol of fc-rna to MrF..boattl nf Iradc cmJcavcr'10 LnnmiiUre oh Kural Ilc- Nortoii. the" lotnl Worthy Mairon, is to standardize the oi po-! lalions and in conjunction will] the who Jiifil relurneil from a trip to'tntntN raised in Hie south, so that a-experimental farm, lo There's a Reason For But no excuse for i How To Prtvtnl Graynew; What To vclt. He ia seen In many places of Do If Already Bald j rr-st. finJ apparently enjoys him- self J-.iat as much as (he spectator en- Ncfrlect of Ilin liair and scalp is Ibe1 joys (he trip. H such fHms as the coast, ami Bastcr Ilillcs to special market requirement he all "nre inUtcsled, liircc rimir.rls Cra'oam, of I LoUibrirtge chapter. Miss Blanche Mclntyre, of Seven rorsois. the wpck-cnd with Mends Lore. Mr. W. H. and Mra, Johu Davidson and Mr. Kd. Davidson Cnlgiuy. Miss Wnrrcn IB ppendiiig the Kast- or holidays In Canary. Heretofore the poUifors from Ilril- ish C'oSnmMii h.ivt cornnianrtwi a bcl- Alberta of ''Hold Coin" potato serd for 'ex- periment and -as A start toward hr.l- tor grades. From this amount It. is possible to raise from 150 to 200 rcaron for baldness in r.early these that are calculated to all Hut any excuse for the generation, and at tho same LETHSRIDGE FEED AND SALE BARH Auction of Livestock, Imple- ments, Sat April 18 at 2 p.m. Ilt.giatfreil Slambnl HreJ Htalllon, -DIUNO 47518, M Sliid. TOTKinlre for market price than tV.P product, largely the prepara-- pounds, uhicli will furnish ample srtd lUui of tlif- for market for- the second season's crop. coi.CRT.tratrcl upon. The quality of Ihe the supply nt the experimental farn potatoes jjrriun in .Southern Alberta IR CKhaustcd, a carlond of the sanii cannot lie equalled aTij'whcrc arcorrt-_'ntiely will be -sold at iiiS on the qursllon, but! prices. In this way it Is hoped !ha. they Im- reached Ihr markets uiifnr-> Rlaiularrt may he rir.velopcd, Mix thoronshly. Hub Umat-ely in very condition, in time tho potato may scalp ulth fingers or stiff nvtfcct a poor excuse. an A littln cvslflTimdc attention ostins picaenrc. Matinees be use ot-a rrali> sood .air continued dally n( 2.30 p.m. C'onllnu- turn, prevails pro-' 0115 rorlormance lo II p.m. innlure pniyiiws and baldness, Many] hair tonlrs on the market are worlh-, WONDERFUL PICTURE WHITE" AT STARLAND Tbe following is a, short synopsis of Ihe great tv.-o-reel Urania at Star- and tomorrow, "Tbe Woman ia Early in the IClli century, in James- town, lived the arislocratic family OL Durltin. Ann and lluth Durkin ftero very homely when Mcry Pafe, a. refugee froai the Indians, anrl of unusual beauty, is adopted into the family, slie is made1 tbe drudye ot the two older daughters. hiving in the colony 1s a "Lady of Mystery." Sne falls ill of a fever, and no one will consent to nurse until ilaiy hears of her plight and goes lo her. Tho two become very- fond of one another. A masquerade is given in honor of the new gover- nor. -Mary, in her role as Cinderella, helps her foster sisters es- capes to the "Lady of confess longings for a beautiful gown, and, her great desire lo go to the ball. The Lady proves a fairy godmother. She bids Mary look In the large cheat in the room. There she discovers a wonderful gown and Jcivels, in which she arrays herself, puts on a masque, and Joins the gay throngs In the. Governor's mansion, The Governor himself is enchanted the beautiful slranger, who'es- capes before the unmasking at mid- night, leaving only a fragment of, her fan as a clue. The Tiovcrnor receives orders from England lo arrest tho "Lady ol who proves lo bo a political refugee .of noble birlh, .In the Ltdy's collage, tic fincls Mary :tt tho dying Countess' bedside-r-arid knows her for tho girl he has been vainly seeking ever since tlie uighl.ot the ball. less If not liamiful. Tho SAFK woy is lo mix yo-.ir own hair tonic at home, or have a reliable ilnigclBl mix it for AT THE .EMPRESS Series N'n. 2 of Stllg's greatest Irl- imKi "Tho Adventures of (i o'.. Hie" p.rarlol, nnd iiiiMral. jhc known on the market m It is Uie- purpose oi the roiniiiittef' bridge, thai! Is a mar- tiz. Lavona vcllou? produclion. This picture holds the niiUIencc continually In a leilse Attitude, with the excitement of the l.clh-1 knisli night nnd morning. Tnis the